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The End – A Goodbye from Joseph

by Joseph Murphy - on Jun 4th 2014 - No Comments

So this is where the journey ends. Wow. How far we’ve come. Writing a post like this is something I guess I never thought I would have to face, but here we are. How on earth do I articulate and compress almost five years of my life into a single post? As Shane did, let me cast my mind back a little to the start of things if I may....

The End – A Goodbye from Shane

by Shane Willoughby - on Jun 4th 2014 - No Comments

Friends,                 I cannot begin to tell you just how proud I am of TGL. TGL is my hero. When I think back to how and why it started, there is no way that I could have possibly envisaged just how far it would go. It was never supposed to be anything other than what Joe and I wanted it to be, and it became readily...

Goodbye from Retroplayer

by Retroplayer - on Jun 3rd 2014 - No Comments
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Retroplayer here. I know, long time no see! Well, this is a post I never thought I’d make, but here we are. On the June 4th 2014, The Gaming Liberty will close its doors. However, while last time this only happened for a few months, this time it is final. Trust me I wouldn’t have seen this coming either if I was a reader,...

It’s true. Naughty Dog confirm that they are working on a new unnannounced project

by Shane Willoughby - on Jun 2nd 2014 - No Comments

Naughty Dog are working on something new that we don’t know about, as confirmed in a new interview with Game Informer. The interview is a great read, and tackles everything from what the studio is doing now, right down to the internet fallout from the departure of so many Naughty Dogs in the last few months. In the Game Informer...

Santa Monica Studio tease new God of War announcement at E3 next week

by Shane Willoughby - on Jun 2nd 2014 - No Comments

Santa Monica Studios could well be readying a new God of War announcement at E3 next week. A tweet from the studio, referencing the “gods” and the 4.3 earthquake that shook the Westwood area outside of L.A at the weekend, suggests that something God of War related may well be happening next week. The Tweet reads as follows, “The...

Forza Horizon 2 announced for Xbox One and Xbox 360

by Shane Willoughby - on Jun 2nd 2014 - No Comments

Forza Horizon 2 is official, and will launch on Xbox 360 and Xbox One later this year. Turn10 and Playground Games will once again be responsible for development. In a chat with with IGN, creative director Ralph Fulton said “[Turn 10 and Playground] share this belief that we can create a true home for racing fans on Xbox One.” Forza...

Homefront: The Revolution hitting Xbox One, PS4 and PC in 2015, new trailer shows it off

by Joseph Murphy - on Jun 2nd 2014 - No Comments

Crytek has lifted the lid on Homefront: The Revolution. Details of the game, as well as general rumours, have been spreading for quite some time but now there’s a glimpse into what you can expect from Crytek’s Homefront: The Revolution. Co-published between Crytek and Deep Silver, Homefront: The Revolution features an open-world...

Mortal Kombat X officially announced, debut trailer released

by Joseph Murphy - on Jun 2nd 2014 - No Comments

NetherRealm Studios has formally revealed Mortal Kombat X. While it’s currently unknown what platforms the game will release on, it has been confirmed the game will ship during the 2015 window. The debut trailer for the game doesn’t show any gameplay, but does in fact come with a description which cites Mortal Kombat X “combines...

First Project Beast footage surfaces. Looks more and more like Demon’s Souls successor

by Shane Willoughby - on May 30th 2014 - No Comments

Sony’s oft rumoured PS4 exclusive “Project Beast” now has gameplay footage. Though the footage is short, it’s very sweet, and leans to the idea that the game could be a successor to Demon’s Souls. Images of the game surfaced online only a month ago, but it had been rumoured for some time before that. Check...

2K Marin to develop future BioShock titles. Take-Two dedicated to franchise

by Shane Willoughby - on May 30th 2014 - No Comments

Publisher Take-Two has reiterated its dedication to the greater BioShock IP, indicating that any futures titles developed in the series will come courtesy of developer 2K Marin. Speaking at the Cowen and Company analyst conference, Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick spoke of how the firm regards BioShock as an important IP and that plans for...

Confirmed: Steam Machines controller delayed until 2015

by Joseph Murphy - on May 28th 2014 - No Comments

Valve has confirmed their Steam machine controller will now ship in 2015, rather than the previous 201 window. In an update provided to the Steam Universe group, Valve’s Eric Hope said the firm has now moved to using “wireless prototype controllers”, and that Valve is now “realistically” looking at a 2015...

Thatgamecompany raises $7 million for their “most ambitious interactive project yet”

by Joseph Murphy - on May 28th 2014 - No Comments

Thatgamecompany, the developer behind flOw, Flower, and Journey, has confirmed they have raised $7 million in capital to fund their next project. The news comes direct from the developer and reveals the famed studio has already entered the “next phase” of development on their latest title. Teaming with Capital Today and “a...

The End – The Gaming Liberty comes to an end on Wednesday June 4th

by Shane Willoughby - on May 27th 2014 - 3 Comments

Friends, family, fans……. The Gaming Liberty will cease operation on Wednesday June 4th at 6pm GMT. There are no plans to bring TGL back following this closure. We will continue to update the site and all relevent social media with the latest gaming news in the days running up to the closure of the site. We will have more...

Batman 3: Beyond Gotham announced ahead of E3

by Shane Willoughby - on May 27th 2014 - No Comments

Warner Bros, TT Games and The LEGO Group has announced LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gothamfor Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Vita, Wii U, PC and 3DS. “Building on the incredibly successful LEGO Batman franchise, we are working to make LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham the ultimate super hero videogame this year for all ages,”...

Battlefield: Hardline leaked on Battlelog. Visceral developing

by Shane Willoughby - on May 27th 2014 - No Comments

It would appear that the next Battlefield game, subtitled “Hardline” has been accidently leaked on Battlelog. Logos, symbols, weapon and award icons were found by a user would went rooting around in some CSS files. A reference was also found to Dead Space developer Visceral Games, long known to be working on some kind of...